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Otellini promoted to No. 2 position  27-year company veteran Paul Otellini named as its new president and chief operating officer New processors for handheld gadgets Intel Developer Forum  Xeon server processors uses hyperthreading technology Plans for next-generation Pentium 4 Quarter to Offer Few Surprises Quarter revenue guidance affirmed  Chip maker tightened the range of its first-quarter sales forecast, saying demand for PC processors remains stable Intel to pay Intergraph $300 million  Chip-making giant has agreed to settle a suit claiming its Pentium microprocessors infringed on patents owned by Intergraph Chipsets for Disposable Cell Phones New Chipsets with Integrated Graphics Intel Buys New Focus Laser Unit Chip Prices Cut Up to 53% Quarter sales forecast scaled back  Company is citing a lower-than-expected demand for personal computer processors in Europe Stock plunges Intel to shutter Web hosting service New Mobile Processors Itanium 2 Processor ready to roll out 4,000 jobs trimmed
Fastest-Ever Pentium 4  Chip running at 2.2 gigahertz 4th-quarter earnings beat forecasts

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  Chip maker shipped a record number of microprocessors

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  Chip-making giant posted disappointing second-quarter earnings. Most of the reductions will be made through attrition

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  Intel chairman announced a matching grant plan to reinvigorate the UCSF human embryonic stem cell program
Aug.9 Expensing stock options rejected Aug.12 New Chip Manufacturing Technology Aug.26 Intel Sees Modest Growth Ahead Aug.27 Intel Drops on CEO's Assessment

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Sep.3 Chips Prices Cut Up to 52%
Sep.5 Shares Fall Ahead of Update Sep.6 Intel Up on Relief Update Wasn't Worse Sep.8 New Chip Designs  A conference for hardware and software engineers to spur technology using its microprocessors Sep.9 New computer security technology  Intel will integrate advanced security features into its microprocessors and other hardware Sep.16 Single-chip hand-held device technology  Intel announced plans to put some functions of analog and digital chips onto the same piece of silicon Sep.17 Experimental Tri-Gate Transistors  Powerful circuit could help keep the chipmaker to boost computing power through technical innovation Sep.29 Biggest move yet against Intel  If AMD succeeds with the new chips 'Hammer,' the company could become the microprocessor industry's powerhouse

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Oct.10 Intel lost patent dispute
  A judge ruled against Intel in a long-running dispute with Intergraph over patents involving the Itanium processor Oct.15 Handset Chips Unveiled  Intel Corp hopes to dominate despite a tough battle ahead with established market leader Texas Instruments $686 million profit, expectations missed
  3rd-quarter earnings is a the result of a lackluster back-to-school season and weak corporate demand
Oct.22 Move to Next-Generation Manufacturing  Intel plans to have 90% of its microprocessors made with its latest-generation technology by the end of 2004 Oct.30 30 Days to Appeal Patent Infringement  Judge ruled that Intel could not manufacture and sell its most powerful microprocessor, but then suspended his order

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Nov.11 Fastest-Ever Pentium 4 Chip  New Pentium 4 tricks software into thinking that there are 2 chips in a PC, speeding up programs

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Dec.5 Analysts Upbeat on Pending Update  Intel is expected to confirm that the final quarter of the year is shaping up stronger than initially projected Intel boosts fourth-quarter sales forecast
  Revenue forecast is the result of greater-than-expected demand for computer microprocessors
Dec.17 Intel Invests in Wireless Companies  Chipmaker was making additional but undisclosed investments in 2 privately held companies

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